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February 26, 2020
Cheryl Scott, City Of Glendale Workers’ Compensation Administrator, To Retire At End Of March 2020. She plans to work part-time and be in the audience at the Hollywood Bowl.
November 17, 2019
Lynda House, Veteran Workers' Compensation Claims Adjuster, Enjoys Not Being Retired In Retirement.
August 21, 2018
Sheri Lawrence Joins Sempra Energy As Employee Care Services Manager After 29 Years Of Workers' Compensation Claims Experience
June 19, 2018
I, Harold David Anderson, Am Retiring From The Claims And Sales World, But Not From Work. I’m Moving On To Become A Full-Time Writer.
|Go Somewhere As A Temp And See What Happens|
By Pauline Grant - March 7, 2005
Martin Stahl went to Mitsui Sumi Tomo Marine in Universal City as a temporary employee several weeks ago, and wound up getting hired as a Work Comp Claims Supervisor when the person he was replacing decided not to return to work. So, you never know what can happen to you if you just go somewhere as a temp... Temporary jobs don't always wind up being so temporary...
Martin has been a hearing representative as well as an examiner, and spent the late 80s and all of the 90s working for The Travelers Insurance Company.
Sandy Hubbard was promoted from claims examiner to supervisor after many years of employment at Cambridge Integrated Services Group in Pasadena.
Stelmer Reed left Gallagher Bassett in Woodland Hills, where he was an examiner, and is now a senior examiner at Zurich American in Woodland Hills.
Marlene Woo has accepted a senior workers' compensation claims examiner position at Farmers Insurance Company in Orange. She was most recently with Octagon in Long Beach, working on the Cal State University at Long Beach account. Marlene's background consists, in part, of time spent working for May Department Stores Company's self-insured, self-administered claims department in Redondo Beach, and working as an examiner at A.I.G. in Costa Mesa, California.